January 29, 2023

CDC Director Slammed for Honoring “Sacrifice” of Black Men Injected with Syphilis During Tuskegee Experiments

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky was blasted on Tweets after she celebrated the particular 50th anniversary of the Tuskegee experiments by commemorating the “ sacrifice” of the black men who were involuntarily exposed to human experimentation. “ This year marks the 50th wedding anniversary of the end of the Tuskegee syphilis study, ” Walensky tweeted Tuesday, adding, “ Tomorrow, I will be joined […]#@@#@!!

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky was blasted on Twitter after she celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary of the Tuskegee experiments simply by commemorating the “ sacrifice” of the black men who have been involuntarily subjected to human experimentation.

“ This year signifies the 50th anniversary from the end of the Tuskegee syphilis study, ” Walensky tweeted Tuesday, adding, “ The next day, I will be joined by colleagues & #PublicHealth leaders as we honor the 623 African American men, their suffering & sacrifice , and our commitment to ethical study and practice. ”



The particular irony is the black men who took part in the experiments weren’t trying to “ sacrifice” anything because they were unable informed they’d be subjected to human experimentation where they’d be unknowingly injected with a sexually-transmitted disease.

Walensky was lighted up on Twitter for making it seem like the human test topics voluntarily agreed to the testing.



















































During the Tuskegee experiments, the US Public Health Service , from 1932 to 1972, conducted illegal testing of syphilis upon human subjects.

“ In that experiment, ” published Farid Zakaria of  The People’s Blog for that Constitution , “ a few 600 impoverished African-American guys were observed in a study over the progression of untreated syphilis. Some of the men were intentionally infected with the disease and all of them were denied the particular cure. Regrettably, the survey notes, no one was held responsible for this crime against mankind. ”

Even after penicillin became the prescribed treatment of selection for syphilis in 1943, victims duped into the research were denied the remedy.

Indeed the illegal experiments aren’t something the CDC should be commemorating, but instead condemning as a prime example of the way the US government used Americans as guinea pigs with out informed consent.


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